Rose Mason

Rose Mason, Ph.D.

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After working for five years at an inpatient children’s psychiatric facility and then ten years as a licensed specialist in school psychology (LSSP) prior to beginning her doctoral program, Rose has an extensive history providing direct and consultative services, including assessments, counseling, and behavioral therapy to children with a variety of emotional, behavioral, and developmental disabilities in both clinical and school settings. She has completed the coursework and supervision requirements and is eligible to take the examination to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Additionally, she has a strong background in single-case methodology including meta-analytic techniques.

Rose is passionate about identifying practical and functional interventions for schools, teachers, and parents that naturally lend themselves to implementation fidelity in an effort to enhance the life of children with disabilities. Her current research focus is the implementation of video modeling to address social-communicative deficits for secondary and post secondary individuals with ASD. Her research agenda includes filling gaps in the video modeling literature, including the use of video modeling with individuals with high incidence disabilities.

Ph.D., Educational Psychology, Texas A&M University
M.S., Clinical Psychology, University of Texas
B.S., Psychology, Ambassador University

Contact Information


444 Minnesota Avenue
Juniper Gardens
Kansas City, Kansas 66101


Research Interests

Develop and evaluate socially valid interventions for individuals with ASD across the lifespan with particular focus on contextual variables that strengthen the efficacy of the intervention. Facilitate research to practice through identification of sustainable methods of training and feedback for practitioners who intervene with children and adolescents with challenging behaviors.

Professional Service

Guest Reviewer for Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders (2012); Guest Reviewer for Research in Developmental Disabilities (2012); Guest reviewer for Journal of Behavioral Education(2012); Guest reviewer for Learning and Instruction (2012)



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